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12-20-2007 @ 4:07PM
That is a really convoluted way to do it. Why not just have a Register and Sign In link at the top of every page like so many other sites?
12-20-2007 @ 4:13PM
Totally agree. Also, for the longest time it didn't work at all for me. That is because for some dumbass reason, it converted my password to numbers. So while I'd type it here and it completely recognized me, I had to click a stupid e-mail authorization link just to have my comments posted. Every friggin' time. Finally, once the avatars were added, I looked at that Blogsmith site and when that wouldn't let me log in, I figured out the number thing. I changed my password (to the same password) and it works *now*, but yeah, it was a real mess. So yes, I agree. I wish I could just stay logged in and it'd remember me like every single other site does :P
12-20-2007 @ 4:15PM
I'm sorry, I prefer not spending the time listing out my name, address, phone number, date of birth, e-mail, and forgetting to opt-out of advertisement options.It is indeed lots easier just leaving a comment, clicking on the confirmation e-mail and getting my own saved set of preferences later when I feel like setting them. Then, thanks to Firefox, it fills in the password field for me, and whenever I need to recall the password, I have an exported confirmation e-mail waiting for me, and in lieu of that, just post without a password and get it back.
12-20-2007 @ 7:54PM
12-20-2007 @ 5:42PM
tis lil bit confusing
12-20-2007 @ 5:43PM
12-20-2007 @ 6:19PM
12-21-2007 @ 8:59AM
I have to click an email link every time even though I do it under current user
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